Idyllic destinations in the southeast Caribbean, the Virgin Islands lie approximately 900 miles south of Miami.
ABOUT THE VI
Idyllic destinations in the southeast Caribbean, the Virgin Islands lie approximately 900 miles south of Miami. For U.S. citizens, no passport is required to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands—St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix.
Boasting some of the most picturesque tropical scenery in the world, the British Virgin Islands include Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke. Standard Aviation on St. Thomas is very close to the BVIs, only a short helicopter or boat ride away in calm waters. Ample charter yacht options and rotor wing transfers are readily available to even the smallest island destinations—like Beef, Cooper or Scrub Islands.
THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
The Virgin Islands collectively offer visitors more than a dozen islands within 50 miles of one another, each with a distinctive vibe. This translates to unspoiled beaches and unmatched experiences for bold travelers. From the natural baths at Virgin Gorda to famous beach bars like Soggy Dollar on Jost Van Dyke, itineraries range from popular sites to less common destinations, like hiking trails through nature preserve on scenic St. John.
Best known for pristine beaches of white sand and turquoise waters with perfect visibility, the Virgin Islands are appealing to even to the most discerning guests. An impressive culinary scene includes gourmet restaurants with breath-taking ocean views atop steep topography. The Virgin Islands are home to are multiple rum distilleries and a beer brewery, offering local libations. Facilitating an array of water sports from snorkeling to stand-up paddle-boarding, from deep sea fishing to kiteboarding for active travelers, these sublime Caribbean islands have something for everyone.